Henry Geiger (1908?-15 February 1989) was the editor, publisher, and chief writer of MANAS Journal which published from 1948-1988.
He “had been variously a chorus boy on Broadway, a journalist, a conscientious objector in World War II, a commercial printer, and a lecturer and leader in The Theosophy Lodge in Los Angeles.” Abraham Maslow called him “the only small ‘p’ philosopher America has produced in this century.” Geiger was also an advocate of Edward Bellamy's type of socialism.  Some of Geiger's associates, such as Lewis Hill, would later be involved in the creation of Pacifica Radio. 
- Grossman, Richard. “A Man and His ‘Paper,’” Utne Reader, May/June 1989
- Matthew Lasar, Pacifica Radio 2E. Temple University Press, 2000 ISBN 1566397774 (p. 30-31).
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